Dutch Scholarship in the Age of Empire and Beyond: KITLV - The Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies, 1851-2011

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BRILL, Nov 25, 2013 - Political Science - 350 pages
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How was it possible for the Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (KITLV) to grow from a learned society with fewer than a hundred members and only one partly salaried employee in 1851 into a modern professional institute with 1800 members and a staff of over fifty in 2001? This book provides the answer to this question.
 

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Contents

I Introduction
1
II The KITLV under Conservative and Liberal Administration 18511870
13
III Imperialism Orientalism and Ethics 18701914
53
IV The LateColonial Rise of Indology 19141940
123
V Decolonization and Internationalization 19401975
161
VI Postcolonial Academic Practice 19752001
233
Conclusion
277
Honorary Members Presidents and Secretary Directors KITLV
285
KITLV Publications 18522010
290
Bibliography
297
Sources of Illustrations
315
Epilogue
317
Biography of Maarten Kuitenbrouwer 19472008
323
Bibliography Maarten Kuitenbrouwer
326
Index
331
Copyright

KITLV Membership Figures 18532000
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